Join us at Maze to take a wonderful journey back to our Southern roots!Whether you are from the South and want to go back or if you've always wanted to live there, these books will satisfy that yearning with stories of the history and bravery that many of us wonder if we possess. The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd.Will wings help these four women break free from their lives in Charleston, South Carolina?
Each second of the day, someone in America faces a crisis, whether it's a car accident, violent crime, serious illness, or financial trouble. Given the inevitability of adversity, we all wonder: Who beats the odds and who surrenders? Why do some people bounce back and others give up? How can I become the kind of person who survives and thrives? The Survivors Club by author Ben Sherwood reveals the hidden side of survival and gives a much needed edge when adversity strikes. All are welcome to attend. Books are available at the Dole Branch Library one month before the discussion.
Author Anne Lamott explores how we can find meaning and peace when life lurches out of balance. Even through the loud and frantic times, we are allowed to recapture wholeness after a loss and to locate our true identities. All are welcome to attend. Books are available at the Dole Branch Library one month before the discussion.
Maze Branch Library will be closed due to extreme weather Tuesday, Jan. 28. The Nothing to Envy discussion will take place Thursday, Jan. 30 at 7 pm.
This months' book is Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea by Barbara Demick.Following the lives of six North Koreans over fifteen years, Demick brings to life what it means to be living under the most repressive totalitarian regime in the world today.
Before World War II, many Japanese mail-order brides came to the U.S. to make a life for themselves. The author depicts a delicate and heartbreaking portrait of these women. Join us to discuss this remarkable book.
Copies of The Buddha in the Attic will be available for pick up on the second floor of Main Library one month before the discussion.
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We will be discussing "Will Grayson, Will Grayson" by John Green & David Levithan. Copies will be available at Main & Dole.
The extraordinary story of an obscure German princess who became one of the most remarkable, powerful, and captivating women in history. All are welcome to attend. Books are available at the Dole Branch Library one month before the discussion.
In The Golden Egg, Commissario Brunetti looks into the suspicious death of a deaf and mentally handicapped man who worked at the neighborhood dry cleaners. Why would anyone want this sweet, simple-minded man dead? All are welcome to attend. Books are available at the Dole Branch Library one month before the discussion.
Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President,by Candice Millard
Born into poverty, President James A. Garfield, four months after his inauguration, was shot by a deranged office seeker and thus began a fight over his medical care and a struggle for power in the administration.
Copies of Destiny of a Republic will be available at Maze Branch a month before the discussion. Library book discussions are open to all who are committed to reading and talking about books.
Join us for our monthly book discussion for readers in their 20s and 30s. October's selection is Zone One by Colson Whitehead.
Copies of the book will be available at the Main Library a month before the discussion.